Disabilities People Care

Nursing Home Service provides one-on-one staff support for people with disabilities in their homes, offering the necessary assistance to maintain a safe and independent lifestyle. People with developmental and physical disabilities can experience problems with major life activities such as mobility, self-help, and independent living.

With the support of a Maxim caregiver, individuals can participate in activities or programs that might otherwise be inaccessible to them. We realize that everyone’s requirements are different and constantly evolving; therefore our services are tailored to meet the needs and interests of our individual clients. If you or a loved one is coping with the daily challenges of a disability, Maxim Healthcare Services can help.

Care for Disabled People

Skilled nursing
  • Tracheotomy and ventilator care
  • Administering medications and treatments
  • Client and family education
  • Liaison between client and Physician
  • Tube feedings
Household Services
  • Performing light housekeeping
  • Running errands (prescription pick-up, dry cleaning, etc.)
  • Organizing and reading mail
  • Grocery shopping
  • Laundry & ironing
  • Escorting to appointments and social events
  • Assisting with pet care
  • Planning, preparing, and cleaning up meals
Personal Care Services
  • Assistance with a safe bathing environment
  • Assistance with daily grooming and hygiene needs
  • Assistance with dressing
  • Assistance with walking
  • Posture positioning
  • Eating assistance
  • Toileting assistance
Companion Services
  • Providing companionship and conversation
  • Providing respite care
  • Providing medication reminders
  • Monitoring diet and eating
  • Assisting with getting in and out of bed
  • Entertaining (games, crafts, reading, etc.)
  • Assisting with clothing selection
  • Arranging for medical, dental, or other professional appointments
Sitter Services (available in the home, hospital, or facility)
  • Maintaining patient’s comfort level
  • Assisting with meals and feeding
  • Seeking assistance from the hospital/facility nurse when patient is in need
  • Monitoring patient activity (i.e. ensuring patient stays in bed, IVs remain in place, etc.)
  • Supervising patient through the night
  • Ensuring family members know that their loved one is safe when they are unable to be there
  • Entertaining (games, crafts, reading, etc.)